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Refined Boerum Hill townhouse with landscaped garden asks $5M

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The historic brownstone was recently renovated

A living area with hardwood floors, a round glass dining table, light blue chairs, a white staircase, and large windows. Photos: DDreps, courtesy of Compass

There is no shortage of beautiful townhouses in Brooklyn, especially in its more than 30 city-designated historic districts, and this renovated brownstone in Boerum Hill, which just listed for just under $5 million, is a perfect example.

The Italianate-style, three-story townhouse has four bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, a deck, and a charming landscaped garden with mood lighting and a seating area. Some of its interior details include 11-foot ceilings, large windows, original moldings, exposed brick, an original mantle, hardwood floors, and a wood-burning fireplace. The master bedroom has a walk-in closet and on the third floor there’s a serving kitchen that has marble counters and five wine fridges.

The house, which is located in Boerum Hill’s Historic District, was originally built in 1869 but was renovated in 2016. It’s located at 355 Pacific Street, between Hoyt and Bond streets, near the A, C, and G trains at Hoyt-Schermerhorn Street.

Taxes are $696/month. Mark Jovanovic, Scott Hustis, Kristen L. VanderVeen, and Nora McGuire of Compass have the listing.

A brownstone townhouse facade.
A fireplace with surrounding white exposed brick.
Some areas of the house boast exposed brick.
A living room area with hardwood floors, several couches, a chandelier, dark grey walls, and exposed white brick.
The house’s living room area with a fireplace.
A dining area with a wood dining table, light blue chairs, exposed brick, and hardwood floors.
The dining area.
A landscaped garden with two trees, a wooden fence, and a seating area.
The landscaped garden has mood lighting and a seating area.
A rear deck with stairs that lead to a garden.
The deck behind the house with a staircase that leads to the garden.